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267. The Salt Fix

The full title of this book by Dr James DINicolantonio is “The Salt Fix: Why the Experts Got it All Wrong and How Eating More Might Save Your Life”, which has just been published (1). I have been convinced for some time that the...

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171. Bad Science

In an ideal world, the various checks and balances that are applied would ensure that information presented in the scientific journals, especially those regarded as prestigious, is sound and reliable. Unfortunately there is...

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170. A FLOOD OF SUGAR

On return from holiday, you open the front door and discover that there is water all over the place. Obviously there has been a leak somewhere and the house is flooded. As soon as you get over the shock, you call a plumber. Just...

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52. More about Salt

In my last post (Blog 51) I explained how the Institute of Medicine (IOM) has been re-evaluating the evidence on the relationship between salt and health. This was initiated because of growing doubts about the current...

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